Today's word is: spaghettification
In astrophysics, the process of spaghettification is the stretching of objects into long thin shapes (rather like spaghetti) as they approach the gravitational singularity of a black hole. It is caused by extreme tidal forces. This stretching is so extreme that no object can withstand it, no matter how strong its components are. The word spaghettification comes from an example given by Stephen Hawking in his book A Brief History of Time, wherein he describes the plight of a fictional astronaut who, passing within a black hole's event horizon, is "stretched like spaghetti" by the gravitational gradient from head to toe.
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